Lex Mundi announced earlier this week the launch of a new program to give in-house counsel direct access to local law firms in foreign jurisdictions while not having to manage the delivery methods of that legal advice.

The Equisphere program allows general counsel and in-house counsel to use local law firms in foreign jurisdictions for cross-border business. Firms that participate in the Equisphere program can help in-house counsel with restructuring, expanding into different markets, mergers and acquisitions, compliance efforts and investigations. There are 150 Lex Mundi firms around the world in 125 countries.

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